Unfortunately though, as coaching practices go, so does the opportunity to get caught up in too much work. And even though we love the work we do, this can take us away from non-work elements of our lives, such as family, friends, and health.
Lisa Mallis works with coaches to help them achieve more while working less. On this episode of ProCoach Podcast, we talk about how you can make this happen in your coaching business…
In This Episode:
- A three-letter acronym that helps you get more work done
- Every item on your “to-do list” needs to have this in common…
- One question to ask yourself when you set new goals — this will make sure you’re not wasting your time!
- Where most people go wrong when setting goals
- The counter-intuitive step to goal-setting you should never skip. Never.
- Why are we so distracted?
- What to do when you’re online and being pulled in multiple directions
- The parking lot — it’s not what you think and it will help you manage distraction
- Why some time management programs are hurting your time management
- How to structure your day so you get more done (and don’t end the day frustrated)
- Your biological “prime time” — this is the best time for you to get things done
- Batching tasks — is it for everybody?
- The two types of work that coaches do (or should do) — NOTE: If you only do one, your coaching business won’t be able to grow
- Why so many coaches work too much
- 50 Shades Of Grey (Coaching Edition)
- Are you trying to do too much in your coaching business? A simple way to tell…
Links To Things We Talk About:
- The Power of Full Engagement: Managing Energy, Not Time, Is the Key to High Performance and Personal Renewal (Get the audio book free with Audible trial.)
- Magic 168 Action Guide
- Rescue Time
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